If you are working on a website or some kind of blog, then some great pictures are just what you need to make your site more exciting and more appealing to anyone that visits it. Great pictures can cost a lot of money and take up a lot of time to get to which is where public domain images come in. If you are interested in where you can find this kind of photos, then just keep on reading this article and we will introduce you to a few websites where you can find some great public domain images free.
Unsplash is what happens when photographers get sick of “traditional” stock images and decide to come together. After the came together they decided to offer their own, high-resolution images free of cost, for anyone to use. This community now has millions of engaged users and over 250.000 photos that are exclusive. All of the images that you find on this site can be copied, modified and distributed and are also available for commercial purposes and they all come under a custom license. This means that you can use any photo without the need to ask for permission before you do so.
This website was created by Jay Mantri because he was inspired by Unsplash. With that inspiration, he created his own site which he then filled with stunning and scenic images that are public domain images free. The pictures are from all over the world, all of them are, again, under the special CC0 license which means that you will be free to use any of them without the need to ask the photographer for permission before you do.
The British Library
This site was in the spotlight a few years ago because they released a million images into the public domain, for anyone to use. The images on these sites are pictures that have been scanned from the pages of 17th, 18th and 19th century books and the collection is a spectacular one for any designer that is looking for something that has a vintage feel to it. When you go on the site you can click through it and go to the albums to find curated images of everything from decorative paper, to instruments, typography and different animals.
If you are stuck and don’t know where to look for images that are striking, but won’t break your bank, then public domain images free are just the thing for you. So, take our advice and go through these sites and we can guarantee that you will be able to find just what you are looking for.
— Ipek Morel (@IpekMorel) 19 de diciembre de 2017